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Hanging idents in APA


As I have mentioned elsewhere, I am writing using markdown formatted files, and converting them to PDFs using pandoc and associated tools.

Alas, I noticed today that the reference list is produced without hanging indents (which is an APA requirement). Grrr. After some searching, I found that currently pandoc-citeproc does not (yet) support hanging indents. However, there is a work around. Currently, my .md files end with a couple of lines that look like:

References
==========

What is needed is a little bit of latex 'code' to make the rest of the document use hanging paragraphs — and thus work. I.e.,


References
==========

\setlength{\parindent}{-1.24cm}
\setlength{\leftskip}{1.24cm}
\setlength{\parskip}{8pt}

And then I have a beautifully formatted reference list.

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